Our work in Mozambique
Tearfund is working with local partner organisations in Mozambique to help communities develop sustainable sources of food and income, using a process known as Church and Community Transformation (CCT), focusing on the following areas:
We are enabling churches to promote new and more sustainable ways for people to earn a living within their communities. This, in turn, can lead to improved health, regular access to food and clean water, and a better community response to issues such as HIV, gender equality and child protection.
Peacebuilding and conflict resolution
We are building the capacity of five Tearfund partners, ten church networks and a total of 1,500 churches to promote peace and conflict resolution. This is set to benefit 2 million people.
Disaster risk reduction
We are working with local churches and communities in disaster-prone regions, helping them reduce the risk and impact of disasters such as typhoons, flooding and drought. This will benefit more than 200,000 people.